This is a very old story about a camel that meets various animals and wishes for one of each of their attributes that he thinks will improve his personality. The name ‘camel’ changes as each attribute is added until he becomes so absurd that he realises that he was better as he was, and not something/somebody else. The book can be read by 7 year olds and upwards, read to children 3 and upwards, and this nonsense fun story can even be enjoyed by those in secondary school. It can be read to a group of children aid discussion on the subject raised.
The story was told certainly in Victorian times when there was no or very little entertainment in the homes. The writer has been telling this and other stories for many years to children and young people of all ages in schools, churches, and youth organisations. Someone told him he ought to write them down so Clive the Magic Camel is the first one.